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"Tinte of Spring"

A watercolor painting by Brandon High School senior Minh Truong.

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The Thunder Rolls

The Thunder Rolls

Chalk up another first for Truck Town Thunder as Brandon’s FIRST Robotics team is hosting the largest middle school robotics competition ever held in Michigan. Fifty teams will invade Brandon...

SYNECDOCHE: Who knew?

SYNECDOCHE: Who knew?

One hundred nineteen Brandon Middle School students now have a word they will never forget how to spell—the one that knocked them out of the 2014 BMS Spelling Bee. Eighth...

College Admissions Rolling In

College Admissions Rolling In

For high school seniors, 'tis the season has a different meaning than it does for the rest of us. It is time to check the mailboxes and the inboxes as...

BHS Students Reach Finals in Math Competition

BHS Students Reach Finals in Math Competition

Brandon High School students Jacob Donders and Kyle Canavan survived round one of the Michigan Mathematics Prize Competition and have qualified for the finals of the yearly competition sponsored by...

Suspect Apprehended

Dear Brandon Parents, I am pleased to announce that the police arrested a suspect this morning related to the threats post on the Afterschool App. I want to thank you...

Threat Response Update

Dear Brandon Parents, After nearly 20 years in this profession, I have unfortunately seen countless attempts made by students across the country to disrupt the school day. Threats against the...

Hawk's Eye View Open For Business

Hawk's Eye View Open For Business

When current Brandon High School teacher Michael Stohrer was a student at Brandon High School, he was a major player in the production of Newshawk, the student newspaper. Fast forward...

Brandon Open Houses Quite Popular

Brandon Open Houses Quite Popular

It looks like a new tradition was born last night in the Brandon School District, as three elementary schools hosted Open Houses to welcome families to our Early Childhood and...

Brandon High School Staff Embraces No-Shave November

Brandon High School Staff Embraces No-Shave November

If some faculty members at Brandon High School looked a little more ragged than normal in November, it was all for a good cause. Athletic Director Don Watchowski proposed the...

BHS Sax Player Earns All-State Honors

BHS Sax Player Earns All-State Honors

Andrew Keating, an 11th grade saxophone player at BHS, just earned a spot in the Michigan High School All-State Band. High School students throughout the state auditioned in October to...

BHS Choir Student Sings Her Way to Nashville

BHS Choir Student Sings Her Way to Nashville

Jordan Parker from Brandon High School was recently selected for the 2014 NAfME All-National Honor Mixed Choir Ensemble. To be selected for this All-National program, students had to be members...

BFIS Students Win Robotics Award

BFIS Students Win Robotics Award

Members of the BFIS First Robotics Lego League, "The RoboHawks," won the prestigious Judge's Award in a competition this past weekend. The students were competing at a competition at Carman-Ainsworth....

Upcoming Events

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Dec. 22-Jan. 2 - No School: Winter Recess
Monday, December 22 - All Day
05Jan
School Resumes
Monday, January 5 - All Day
19Jan
NO School K-12 Students: PD for K-12 Staff
Monday, January 19 - All Day
20Jan
Half Day BHS/BAHS/BMS for Exams
Tuesday, January 20 - All Day
21Jan
Half Day BHS/BAHS/BMS for Exams
Wednesday, January 21 - All Day

Spotlight on Brandon

It's Back!

It's Back!

After a 12-year hiatus, the Brandon Powerlifting team is back, and nobody is happier than Brandon teacher and longtime coach Tony Ceccacci. "It has been a long time," smiled Ceccacci...

Home School

Home School

When Brandon High School Spanish teacher Lori Marino had to decide where her two children were going to go to school, there was more than one option. The kids could...

Not Quite Finished

Not Quite Finished

It is a popular sports cliché that athletes are to 'leave it all out on the field' and 'save their best for last.' Brandon swimmer Sarah Heines did just that...

Sister Act

Sister Act

A lot of siblings grow up and talk about living near each other, raising families together, and staying close. Not many grow up talking about teaching—right next door to each...

All In The Family

All In The Family

It seems like fans of the Brandon volleyball team have been hearing the name 'Lauinger' introduced at matches since the gym was built. This year, the third in what may...

Head Of The Class

Head Of The Class

The Brandon boys tennis team has enjoyed its share of success in the Flint Metro League over the past decade. The team has been consistently near the top of the...

Our Schools

The Brandon School District is proud of its beautiful schools that set out to challenge and engage students on a daily basis.

Harvey-Swanson Elementary

Harvey-Swanson Elementary

209 Varsity Drive

Ortonville, MI 48462

(248) 627-1850

Andrew Phillips, Principal

Brandon Middle School

Brandon Middle School

609 S Ortonville Road

Ortonville, MI 48462

(248) 627-1830

Tina Chambers, Principal

Oakwood Elementary

Oakwood Elementary

2839 Oakwood Road

Ortonville, MI 48462

(248) 627-1880

Coy Stewart, Principal

Brandon Education Center

Brandon Education Center

155 E Glass Road

Ortonville, MI 48462

(248) 627-1860

Kristy McDonald, Director

Brandon Fletcher Intermediate School

Fletcher Intermediate

300 South Street

Ortonville, MI 48462

(248) 627-1840

Carol Bogner, Principal

Brandon High School

Brandon High School

1025 S Ortonville Road

Ortonville, MI 48462

(248) 627-1820

Daniel Stevens, Principal

Brandon Academy of Arts & Sciences

Academy of Arts & Sciences

209 Varsity Drive

Ortonville, MI 48462

(248) 627-1870

Marilyn Campbell, Director

Brandon Virtual School

Brandon Virtual School

1025 S Ortonville Road

Ortonville, MI 48462

(248) 627-1820

Brian Moore, Director

By The Numbers

Did You Know?

Music is an integral part of student life at Brandon. With a variety of bands and choirs from the elementary schools to the high school, we have something for any musical interest.

Virtual learning has taken hold at Brandon. With a menu of options to meet special academic requests and scheduling conflicts, our virtual school has seen tremendous growth.

Academics are a priority at all grade levels. With advanced and honors opportunities at the lower grades to a large AP offering, we can challenge even the most motivated students.

Graduation is just the beginning. Recent graduates have matriculated at M.I.T., the University of Chicago, the University of Michigan, Michigan State, and many other excellent schools.

Athletics bring our community together. Competing in the Flint Metro League, our Blackhawks regularly compete for Flint Metro League titles and berths in the state tournament.

Technology is part of our fabric. Each school in our district is equipped with state of the art technology, highlighted by a 1:1 device to student ratio at Harvey-Swanson Elementary.

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